Poet & Classicist Anne Carson's "Cassandra Float Can" & “Bracko"Poet & Classicist Anne Carson's "Cassandra Float Can" & “Bracko"http://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/176152Founders Great Hall2012-04-18T20:30:002012-04-18T22:00:00
April 18, 8:30PM
Founders Great Hall
collaborative performance pieces
Poet and Classicist Anne Carson presents Cassandra Float Can (an essay on translation) and Bracko (an evocation of Sappho) Collaborative Pieces with Robert Currie, Artist and Benjamin Miller, Composer
Seating is limited. BiCo ID required until 8:15 pm.
This performance inaugurates a new series, Classics and Beyond, organized by the Classics Department.
A Canadian by birth, Anne Carson is a poet and classicist.
Robert Currie, a frequent collaborator of Carson's, is an artist based in New York.
Benjamin Miller is composer and conductor for The Sensorium Saxophone Orchestra and solo and collaborative multiphonic soundscape improviser. He gives Graphic Score and Found Sound Workshops and is now a member of The Glenn Branca Ensemble.
Sponsored by the John B. Hurford ’60 Arts and Humanities Center, the Distinguished Visitors Program, and the Provost's Office at Haverford College. haverford.edu/hhc
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